Ric's Kitchen & Bath

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Can I have existing grout , covered or regrouted to make even and change color
Apr 4, 2016
Here is a Utube answer to your question https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTddQ-4EVl8 Philip Anderson Berkeley Ca
I have a 50 gal. gas Bradford water heater in my house that is almost 12 years old. I want to replace in the near future. What are my non-tankless options?
Jul 10, 2015
Boy, I would go with the tankless.  I just put on in my home after checking out all the otions.  I don't think anything beats a tankless.   Other than than what Sam said about going solar Philip Ander ... read more

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